One feature that still appears to be missing is the ability to follow particular topics of a group only. I can see that feature greatly contributing to the usefulness of groups. In some ways the removal of events is disappointing, but no-one actually uses Google+ events, so it is probably a sensible decision. Google+ is never going to be competing with Facebook any time soon, so it's probably best to narrow Google+ down to a minimum viable product.
Collections are currently a unique feature possessed by no other network. Currently there are plenty of creators producing high quality content. This can be seen by visiting featured collections, where, unlike other networks such as Twitter, you can find high quality collections on whatever topic you want, without lots of filler. Those people who are on Google+ are mainly here to follow people that they don't actually know in real life. This means that you don't get the same level of reverse network effects, with people leaving because all their friends are on Facebook. So Google+ has the ability to persist into the indefinite future and we can expect it to continue to grow as the quality of collections keeps increasing.
The difficulty will be bringing your everyday people into Google+ and convincing them to browse collections. This might actually happen. It's hard to figure out what features there are, but Google can't be blind to the fact that adding collections has massively increased their community engagement.
You are most welcome in our new Official Google+ Collections community where you will be in contact with our team and plenty of active users.
Come have a look, share your Collections, learn new feature worthy tips, and most importantly have FUN!
Check out our community: https://goo.gl/QuFyFJ
#Collectionize #happycreating #getcreative
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